Considering the lower-than-low expectations for this third installment in the ongoing shaggy jock story of quirky, loser baseball teams (especially given the conspicuous absence of top-lined Charlie Sheen and Tom Berenger), this old stew isn't half
bad. And that makes it pretty damn good, if your idea of a thing of beauty is a line drive down the first-base line. Back from the previous movies is hissably conceited Roger Dorn (Corbin Bernsen), who's taken yet another step up the baseball food chain. In the first film he was a player for the
underdog Cleveland Indians and in the second he owned the team; now he's bought the Minnesota Twins and recruited washed up min...